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Today I bring you my very own version of the russian MiG-29, the Maik’s McMIG.
It flies with two panther engines, with a total of 70k dV in dry mode and 28k in wet mode.
1) Toggles the engine mode (dry/wet)
4) Cuts the parachutes (they are staged)
The Maik’s McMIG has a heavy start, having the fuel tanks filled it lacks the TRtW to get to very high speeds although it still remains very maneuverable (you have to actually try hard to loose control of the craft).
Staying at about 5km from sea level and accelerating there is advised.
Turn the afterburners on with (1) if you want additional power at the cost of total dV.
The use of the parachutes when landing is completely optional, the plane can land easily without them but they can come in handy when lading in short flat surfaces.
The plane has a CH-J3 Fly-By-Wire Avionics Hub integrated, so don’t hesitate throwing your most unexperienced pilots inside 18 tons of russian multirole fighter jet and let them have a good time messing around with the controls (just make sure to have an insurance, just in case).
That’s it, all you needed to know, I hope you’ll have fun piloting the Maik’s McMIG!
Feedback is appreciated!
- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 50
- Pure Stock
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